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Where Does the Texas Hill Country Actually End?

Where Does the Texas Hill Country Actually End?

…suggests James Kearney, an author, assistant professor, and translator at the University of Texas at Austin who specializes in the…

Looking for a Saloon? Bandera’s Historic 11th Street Cowboy Bar Is For Sale

Looking for a Saloon? Bandera’s Historic 11th Street Cowboy Bar Is For Sale

James McGroarty says he’s selling the 11th Street Cowboy Bar in Bandera, where you’re as likely to find a horse…

The True North Public Sculpture Project in Houston Spotlights Emerging and Established Texas Artists

The True North Public Sculpture Project in Houston Spotlights Emerging and Established Texas Artists

…art scene—which includes the likes of James Turrell’s Twilight Epiphany at Rice University and James Surls’ Tree and Three Flowers…

Who Was the Historic Figure Behind Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter in Fredericksburg?

Who Was the Historic Figure Behind Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter in Fredericksburg?

…during the Modoc War, years before Cody added any famous Native Americans like Iron Tail or Sitting Bull to his…

In Houston, Crawfish Season Is The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

In Houston, Crawfish Season Is The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

…2008. By 2014, he was being nominated for James Beard Awards. His restaurant is the crown jewel in Houston’s Asiatown,…

Texas Two-Step

Texas Two-Step

…to live music by the Cornell Hurd Band, James Hand, Dale Watson, and Bruce Robison at Austin’s Broken Spoke. Established…

Readers Recommend: January 2009

Readers Recommend: January 2009

…JOYCE BELL, Fort Worth Ginger Brown’s Old Tyme Restaurant and Bakery is at 6312 Jacksboro Hwy.; 817/237-2114. Doc’s Fish Camp…

Hot Dogs Go Uptown

Hot Dogs Go Uptown

…the number one draw at Houston’s famed James Coney Island. Recently voted one of the “Top 5 Drive-Ins” in the…

Dave’s: A Pawn Shop Is Filled to the Brim With Historical, Eclectic, and Cryptic Artifacts

Dave’s: A Pawn Shop Is Filled to the Brim With Historical, Eclectic, and Cryptic Artifacts

…also a beloved hero. However, the document does allege that three years after Villa’s death, an “ex-Villista” officer opened his…

Rest in Peace: Grave Sites of Famous Texans

Rest in Peace: Grave Sites of Famous Texans

…tales, such as Governor James Hogg and gunslinger Ben Thompson. (Displaced by recent hotel construction, Susanna’s Austin home, the oldest…

An Artful Life

An Artful Life

…1927-1929 with architects Atlee Ayres and Robert Ayres, as her “creative masterpiece.” McNay designed, applied, and assisted with many of…

The Great, Grape Plains

The Great, Grape Plains

…wine flowing in his blood. His father, “Doc” McPherson, was one of Llano Estacado’s founders. The High Plains’ transformation into…

There’s More to Muenster

There’s More to Muenster

…82, which runs through town). Doc’s, once a doctor’s clinic and now a rustic tavern decorated with nostalgic advertising memorabilia…

Hill Country Gem: Mason

Hill Country Gem: Mason

…and I had a flight to catch-the emergence of some 1.6 million Mexican free-tailed bats from the Eckert James River…

Follow the Smoke, East Texas BBQ

Follow the Smoke, East Texas BBQ

…Owners: James and Ruthie Henley Best Bites: beef brisket, pork shoulder, Elgin sausage, potato salad Payment: cash and checks According…

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